Wiley College’s Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Brandon K. Dumas, has been elected President-Elect of the National Association of Student Affairs Professionals. Dumas was sworn in as President-Elect at a ceremony during the association’s 65th annual conference, which was held February 21-23 in Atlanta, Georgia. He will serve a two-year term working in tandem with NASAP’s President, Dr. Denver Malcom Key. He will begin a two-year term as President in 2021.

Dumas said he is delighted about the new role. He is looking forward to working with Dr. Key on numerous major initiatives, including preparing the 2020-2025 strategic plan, and planning NASAP’s annual conference for HBCU administrators, as well as its annual Student Leadership Institute for newly-elected student leaders.

“I am also happy to help heighten Wiley’s visibility through my work on this national platform. Our rising student leaders will, of course, benefit as well, as they will attend the annual Institute,” said Dumas. “Most Importantly, I am thankful to my College’s President, Dr. Herman J. Felton Jr., for his support and encouragement as I begin my service to the association.”

In addition to serving as Wiley’s Vice President for Student Affairs, Dumas is the College’s Director of Intercollegiate Athletics. He joined Wiley’s team last summer.

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